The Johnny Cash Roadshow Title Shot

The Johnny Cash Roadshow

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Liverpool Empire

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Mon 13 May 2019

  Tickets available from £13.00
subject to a transaction fee of £3.65
2 hours 25 minutes
incl. interval
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The Johnny Cash Roadshow is simply the biggest and best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world today. Award winning front man, Clive John, dedicates this year to a 50th anniversary tour of the legendary San Quentin State Prison recordings mixed with all the hits and favourite songs that we all know and love.

Liverpool Empirechange

Mon 13 May 2019
1 Lime St, Liverpool L1 1JE, UK
2 hours 25 minutes incl. interval
Mon at 7.30pm

Why go and see it?

The only show to be endorsed by the Cash family. The biggest and best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world today.

Award winning front man, Clive John, dedicates this year to a 50th anniversary tour of the legendary San Quentin State Prison recordings, which was televised on Granada Television on February 24th 1969, and later released on June 4 of that same year. Alongside Clive is his iconic wife June Carter played by Emily Heighway, a world class band (Spirit band) and the JCR horns.

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All supported with full video projection, this show is simply the biggest and best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world today. Songs from the San Quentin live album will be performed mixed with all the hits and favourite songs that we all know and love. This show is only coming round once so don’t miss out!

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Liverpool Empire

1 Lime St, Liverpool L1 1JE, UK
Lime Street Station
Monday to Saturday, 12.00 to 16.00. Sunday, opens 2 hours prior to show starting (closed for no show).
On show nights, the Box Office will remain open until 15 minutes after the show stars.
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The Liverpool Empire has four bars to choose from.
Add that VIP experience to your visit by upgrading your ticket to include access to our excusive Ambassador Lounge. You will be greeted on arrival by one of our dedicated hosts who will escort you to your table. For more information, please contact
A cloakroom is available at this venue during selected performances.

In 1866, Liverpool Empire began its life as The Prince of Wales Theatre and Opera House and was run by gas light and steam power. The name changed to what it is today in 1895, so has had its name for over 100 years. It went through many refurbishments, before being bought by ATG and the theatre now stands about a quarter size bigger than it originally stood.

Liverpool Empirechange

Mon 13 May 2019
1 Lime St, Liverpool L1 1JE, UK
2 hours 25 minutes incl. interval
Mon at 7.30pm